Fiji Commerce Act

Competition in the markets in the Fiji Islands is regulated by the Commerce Act n. 50 of 1998 (the “Commerce Act.”) The Commerce Act is aimed at promoting competition in the markets in the Fiji Islands.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What is the Commerce Commission and what are its roles?
What are access agreements and how are they regulated under the Commerce Act?
What rules apply to the control of prices?
What are the powers of the Commission regarding information?


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